Introduction of global red jujube fruit


Hong zao fruit is native to China and has a written history of more than 3,000 years. In Chinese history, jujube red date is associated with peach, apricot, plum, and chestnut, and is called "five fruits." Organic jujube dates cultivated in all countries of the world is drawn from China. The date plam of the world is also known as the Iraqi jujube, which belongs to the family Palmaceae. The jujube of China is of the family Rhamnaceae, and the shape of the fruit is similar, which is the same name as the foreign body. China's jujube has now spread to more than 20 countries and regions on five continents. However, except for a small amount of cultivation in countries such as South Korea, the United States, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, there is no economic cultivation in other countries in the world.

asian jujube fruit

So far, the types of jujube chinese date that have been globally counted are:

green date

black dates

red date

honey date

Sukkary date

Ammari date

Angou date

Arichti date

Bejjou date

Bisr Helou date

Gounda date

Gousbi date

Branch of Hamraya dates

Hissa date

Kenta date

Kentichi date

Touzerzayet from Tunisia date

Lagou date

Trounja date

Date palm with fruits at the Abdul Aziz Date Farm in Medina.

Ripe and dry dates fruit bunches at the Khurram Abdullah Bajwa Date Farm in Medina.

Dates growing in Yuma, Arizona

Palmeral de Elche in Southern Spain.

Dates from Algarve, Portugal

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